Parkinson's Kilkof Reviews
Product Type: Parkinson's Coughs, Colds & Flus
Description:/ Type: Coughs, Colds & Flu / Oral solution for the relief of coughs, colds and sore throats.
Newest Review: ... above doses may be taken up to 4 times daily. So, let's get the negative bit out of the way. The worst thing about Kilkof is ... more
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Parkinson's Kilkof is a strong oral solution that effectively tac ...
Last Update 08.03.2014 23:59
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by - written on 20/12/11, updated on 20/12/11 (Very useful, 381 readings)
Picture the scene if you will. At the time of writing this review I'm huddled on the sofa with my fleecy pj's on, a snuggle wrap, my feet are sat in a giant pink fluffy pig along with a microwave bean bag and I have a hot water bottle situated near my back as my bones are killing me! I have a poodle, Daisy who is my mates dog (who I adore) trying to sit on one of my arms to stop me typing (bless her and she keeps sighing at me lol) and my mate has gone out to go get some food and something in as I have had this awful cold now for over days and I've let my flat go to rack and ruin as well as myself. Its bad though that she has a virus and I'm not sure if I have that or a . Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/11 (Very useful, 269 readings)
One of the many products I keep in the medicine cupboard (aside from the many bottles of Calpol!) is cough medicine, not only for my children, but also for myself and husband. After trying a great many of the products on sale, I have finally found one that really does seem to work, though due to myself and my husband smoking we do find that this is the best due to its strength! The product in question is -"Parkinson's Kilkof". This to me looks an exceedingly old fashioned product, this due to the label I find, with there being a lot of the usual information to be found, but alongside a picture of "Parkinson", and with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/08, updated on 01/07/08 (Very useful, 1286 readings)
Every year I always get a cold no matter what I do to combat getting the virus and this year seems no different with the exception that my lungs haven't yet started to get blocked. Everyone around me however has started coughing, which is a sure sign that a virus is going around as well as the cold air, where it seems Edinburgh and its surrounding areas have been colder than most. Four days later, my friend started to get a nasty cough. She reported that the cold itself had set into her lungs and throat to produce a tickly cough which just kept repeating itself and making her feel really ill. There were no sneezes, no blocked noses, or a headache or a fever - just this .. Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/13 (Very useful, 294 readings)
I've been suffering with a terrible cold this past week, which I have found even more annoying than usual given the beautiful hot summer weather we're having. I stocked up on a range of treatments from Poundland where I found plenty of healthcare bargains. This Kilkof medicine was one of them, and the 100ml bottle cost me (obviously) just £1.00. Product description: "Oral solution for the relief of coughs, colds and sore throats. Liquid for oral use. Soothing, warming and has a mild expectorant action." Kilkof has a pretty old fashioned appearance, which is what attracted me to it in the first place. It comes in a brightly coloured box ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/08 (Very useful, 1991 readings)
Doctors dont normally advise taking cough medicines but after spending the morning in an air conditioned room coughing and spluttering, I found myself in the chemist begging for them to give me something to stop me coughing for the rest of the day. The assistant recommended something called Kilkof which I had never heard of before and told me that other customers had told her it was good. I decided to give it a try, at only £1.49 for an 150ml bottle I wasnt going to lose much if it didn't work. I ignored the dosing instructions and took a huge swig straight from the bottle. The stuff tastes pretty foul, I dont know how to describe it other than ... Read the complete review
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only masks the problem, doesn't remove it